FlowBreeze in Excel: Using tools available via the toolbar and task panes, such as the Add Shapes pane shown above, FlowBreeze makes it easy to create flowcharts in Excel.
Typical flowchart: When using FlowBreeze in Excel, the worksheet acts as the drawing canvas, and native Microsoft Office AutoShapes are used to create the diagrams.
Data + Diagrams: FlowBreeze's Extract Text tool will grab the symbol text from the flowchart, making it perfect for tabulating attributes and graphing process metrics.
Settings - Symbols: Sets the symbol styles, symbol sizes, keywords, and prefixes before you begin flowcharting. (Keywords and prefixes are optional ways to specify symbol types.)
Settings - General: Sets the default properties for terminators, connectors, symbol size, text alignment, and more.
Start Flowcharting Window: When you begin a flowcharting session, FlowBreeze will prompt you to add a "Start Symbol", whether to hide the gridlines, whether to display guides that help keep your symbols aligned, and what you want the page layout to be.
Flowchart Editor: After a flowchart has been created, the Flowchart Editor provides an easy way to change the text, symbol formatting, symbol types, text format, and the color and thickness of the connector lines.
Themed Styles: FlowBreeze has up to 42 themed styles. FlowBreeze matches the different style sets for Excel 2007 - 2010 and Excel 2013 - 2019, based on which version of Excel you're running.
Insert Branch: This tool makes it easy to create branch / tree structures for forking process flows and org chart layouts.